JO Hambro Capital Management
JO Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) is an asset management company with its headquarters in London and investment offices in Boston, New York and Singapore. JOHCM was founded in 1993 by Jamie Hambro and Christopher Mills, and launched an equities funds business in 2001. In 2011, this business was acquired by BT Investment Management, an Australian fund management group. As of 30 September 2017, JOHCM had £30.4bn in assets under management, across UK, European, global, Asian, Japanese, US and Emerging Markets investment strategies.
After a torrid Q4 amid a global sell-off, we see plenty of reasons for sustained optimism for the rest of 2019.
Who made the headlines?
Fuelled by cheap QE money
Left firm last year
Poor performance from Barclays and Lloyds last month
Left M&G after 18 years in April
Round-up of the biggest stories of the past few weeks
Search for replacement to begin imminently
Ambitious hiring plans
Tournament takes place in Russia
'Overstretched and underinvested'
Difficulties ahead of supermarkets' tie-up
Also invested in Liontrust
Focusing on EM and global funds
Unemployment at 50-year low
'Big adjustment in markets'
Ben Gutteridge's top selections
Follows thematic review
JOHCM's Lambden: We want to ensure performance fees remain credible in the eyes of the FCA and clients
'We are going to be an increasingly regulated industry'
Costs of £5m per annum
OEIC version set for launch in Q1 2018
Outflows of £230m